Intuit Brings One-Stop Portal for Personal Finances
Popular financial software vendor Intuit is making banking online a real no-brainer. Intuit, maker of the popular Quickbooks program used by many CPAs and accounting professionals for their clients, has announced a new service that combines its tools into one, online solution for banking and financial transactions.
The service will be offered through Quicken.com, and will be called "My Accounts." Intuit also announced that it has signed agreements with various portal sites, including Excite and Earthlink.
Experts believe the service will be extremely popular, thanks to the name-brand recognition Intuit has created with Quicken and its other programs.
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